25 Unmissable Coffee Shops In London

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prettykitchens:

Beautiful black & white tile (via kitchenzz).

prettykitchens:

Beautiful black & white tile (via kitchenzz).

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apassportaffair:

Books and coffee on We Heart It.

apassportaffair:

Books and coffee on We Heart It.

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myidealhome:

stunning design (via  Homelife / ph. Derek Swalwell, st. Heather Nette King)

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all in one room: bed, desk, private terrace (via Nordhemsgatan 45 A | Stadshem)

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(via Dalai Lama at a Santa Fe ski resort: Tells waitress the meaning of life.)

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Zzzzz.

Zzzzz.

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Jana Romanova, from the series “Waiting” (2011)
“This is one of the first photographs I took for “Waiting,” which I worked on from 2009 through 2012, a series of photographs of young Russian couples expecting babies. My idea was to show the relationship without having the couple pose for the camera—photographing them early in the morning, sleeping in their bedroom. It was an attempt to get the idea of love into the photograph. When we sleep, we don’t really control what we are doing, but these unconscious moments are quite revealing.”

 (via What Does It Mean to Capture Love in a Photograph? : The New Yorker)

Jana Romanova, from the series “Waiting” (2011)
“This is one of the first photographs I took for “Waiting,” which I worked on from 2009 through 2012, a series of photographs of young Russian couples expecting babies. My idea was to show the relationship without having the couple pose for the camera—photographing them early in the morning, sleeping in their bedroom. It was an attempt to get the idea of love into the photograph. When we sleep, we don’t really control what we are doing, but these unconscious moments are quite revealing.”

(via What Does It Mean to Capture Love in a Photograph? : The New Yorker)

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